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Our Best Spring Golf Tips for Minnesota


It’s that time of year again – the long, Minnesota winter is almost over, and it’s time to start thinking about getting back on the golf course. And, since we’ve had such a mild March so far, we might be out there sooner than we thought. Everyone’s a bit rusty when they start up again for the season, so I’ve gathered some of our best blogs from springs past to help you start the season strong:

  1. Winter Golf Exercises to Stay (Or Get In) Shape
    Strength, flexibility and endurance are three keys for maintaining your swing and game during the offseason. Here are five exercises to help get you through to that April (or March?) opening round that you’ve been waiting for since you putted out on No. 18 last fall.
  2. Tips to Stay in Golf Shape During the Offseason
    Joining a fitness club, using a weighted club or swinger, or working on your short game at a golf dome – these are all great ways to get going before the courses have officially opened.
  3. Get Back Into Golf Shape
    Been slacking a bit on the fitness side of life this winter? No worries – you’re not alone. Here are a few tips to jumpstart your fitness this spring.
  4. What to Wear for Spring Golf in Minnesota
    Spring can be a volatile time for weather in Minnesota, so here are tips to keep you feeling comfortable on the course this spring. Rain, shine, snow – we’ve got you covered!
  5. Essential Rain Gear for Spring Golf
    Don’t let a little rain dampen the mood for your spring golf outing. If the forecast is looking damp, bring this gear along to make sure that you stay dry.
  6. Tips for Playing Golf in Cold and Wet Conditions
    Speaking of rain, navigating the weather can be tough on your game. Here are some great tips to make sure that your game doesn’t suffer if the weather gets dreary.
  7. Get Your Clubs Ready
    Don’t forget to give your clubs a little TLC – after all, you wouldn’t start a round without a little warmup yourself. Here’s a quick way to make sure your clubs are as good as new at the beginning of this year’s season.

So there you have it – everything you need to know to start the golf season off on the right foot. If you don’t have a favorite Minnesota course that you’re dying to start with, check out our guide below – we can help you choose!


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